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Howard Stern renews with Sirius XM, but look where he's going

Howard Stern renews with Sirius XM, but look where he's going

Today's Howard Stern still might be amused by the Washington, D.C., radio guy who, the morning after 78 died when Air Florida Flight 90 wound up in the icy Potomac River, called the airline to ask the cost of a one-way ticket from National Airport to the 14th Street Bridge.

He's not that guy anymore, however, and hasn't been for some time.

Stern, 61, announced on his program Tuesday that he isn't leaving Sirius XM satellite radio, agreeing to a five-year renewal with the subscription service that's been his home for a decade.

"You'll be able to get everything you want in audio and video, and then some," Stern told listeners of his new contract, which includes...

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